The Scottish Civic Trust’s My Place Photography Competition is a Scotland-wide heritage photographic project for school age young people (4-18). The theme for submissions this year is WATER. Think built heritage around beaches, rain, puddles, drainpipes, canals, bridges and more!
It encourages young people to explore the buildings, architecture and archaeology in the places they live, and experiment with using photography as a means of investigation and creative expression.
The competition is divided into Primary, Secondary and Young Person’s Choice categories. Each year, winners of the My Place Photography Competition are honoured at a reception at The Lighthouse, Glasgow in late April. Entries to the My Place Photo Competition will also be featured in an exhibition at The Lighthouse that will run from late April – early June, 2020.
Who can enter?
- All young people of school age (4-18) in Scotland are eligible to enter.
- Entrants should be of either primary school age or secondary school age.
- Entries should be made by a group leader or teacher on behalf of their young people.
All entries will be placed in an online gallery and displayed in a public exhibition.
Primary Category and Secondary Category winners will be selected by a panel of judges. They will also nominate a few entries as either highly commended or commended. A young person’s judging panel will select a winner of the Young Person’s Choice Award.
The competition is open for entries to 11:59pm, 16 February 2020.
Visit the My Place Photography website to enter.
Image Lighting the Bothy Barbecue © Eilidh Forrest